I hope though, that even though The Aeronauts has decided to change some parts of the story, it will still remain truthful to the original experience of the Glaisher and Coxwell to pay tribute to their contributions to science, especially at a time when people were wary to venture into the unknown. What these pioneers did took courage and became the springboard for advancements we are enjoying today so I hope the movie manages to capture the wonder of discovery and inspire the viewers with these ideas.
All in all, “Star Wars: Rogue One” was an ultimate underdog movie. It set about to tell the story of the unsung heroes of the alliance and it did so without sugarcoating or mercy. And that was why it was so important to the franchise. With the original trilogy, and even the extended franchise, a happy ending was expected but what does it really take to get to that happy end? Rogue One holds the answer. And this very same thing was what set it apart from any part of the franchise.